New Researches from Business Studies


ISBN 978-80-89691-59-3

Edited by:
Tibor János Karlovitz

International Research Institute sro, Komárno, Slovakia, 2019


Contents



Contents, 1-4


Finance 5


Éva KŐVÁRINÉ-IGNÁTH:
IMF, World Bank and the Hungarian application for membership, 7-23

Ákos KOZÁK, László KÁRPÁTI, András KOVÁCS:
New Approach of Trading Area Definition, 24-32

Éva PINTÉR, Tibor PINTÉR:
Financial evaluation of energy efficiency in buildings: Social cost-benefit analysis, 33-43

Zsuzsanna GŐSI:
Analysis of Accounting Reports in the Sports Sector, 44-51

Jay Stephen SIY:
Workforce Productivity in the Hungarian supply network of Airline value chains, 52-61

Michal PTAK:
Taxes and climate change: A case study from Sweden, 62-72


Information Society 73


László BERÉNYI, Bernadett SZOLNOKI:
Information society: Becoming more mobile, 75-83

Jay Stephen SIY:
Outsourcing Multimedia marketing to better manage costs: An air travel industry perspective, 84-92

Tamás KOZÁK:
Digitization in Asian Retail, 93-100


Education; Health 101


Petra Kinga KÉZAI:
Education start-up in the market economy, 103-113

Mariann BENKE:
Comparing Motivation Theories and Testing SDT on a Higher Education Sample, 114-123

Mariann BENKE, Beatrix LÁNYI, Roland SCHMUCK, András TAKÁCS:
Quality Orientation in the Higher Education, 124-132

Tibor PINTÉR:
The economic determinants of cancer: The results of a statistical analysis, 133-140

Gábor GYARMATI, Tibor János KARLOVITZ:
Thinking of Health and Food Consumption of the Z Generation, 141-151